Jacko’s stay at Evans Head, NSW north coast

After leaving Melbourne on October 15, we meandered our way north, hugging the western side of the great divide through spectacular, but winding and steep terrain to Tenterfield, where we crossed to casino, and down to the gorgeous and largely unspoilt township of Evans Head, about 30km south of Ballina. This is our free camp at Black Springs on the way up.img_0396

The weather has been sensational and we haven’t been out of shorts and T-shirts since we arrived, a week ago. We have enjoyed lots of long beach walks, sensational humpback whale watching from several headlands, much fresh deep water fish from the Co-Op, other great local produce, and the company of the many friendly people we have met in the park.

We are leaving tomorrow for 4 days at Woolgoolga, just north of Coffs Harbour

Estuary inlet at Evans Head. Caravan Park in the trees to the left of the Surf Club

Estuary inlet at Evans Head. Caravan Park in the trees to the left of the Surf Club

BasOMNI on the beach at Evans Head

BasOMNI on the beach at Evans Head

Looking up the estuary to the fishing fleet and Fishermans Co-Op in the distance

Looking up the estuary to the fishing fleet and Fishermans Co-Op in the distance

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3 thoughts on “Jacko’s stay at Evans Head, NSW north coast

  1. Ahhhhhhh! Barry…… shorts, T shirt, sun, and sea, what more does anyone need? …. besides a nice bottle of wine and an Aussie steak on the campfire.
    Enjoy the trip, it’s still cold and wet in Vic 😦 😦 😦

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  2. Barry, not nice to mention the great weather, it’s been cold and wet here, then more cold and wet again.!! Hope spring weather comes to Melbourne soon, but in the meantime keep on enjoying the trip and weather

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